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  • Tata Technologies and Tamil Nadu government inaugurate 22 Industry 4.0 Technology Centers aimed at upskilling youth on latest Manufacturing technologies

    Published on June 8, 2023

    Tamil Nadu : Tata Technologies, a global leader in engineering and product development digital services, announced the inauguration of 22 modern Industry 4.0 Technology centres today. The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu inaugurated the Industry 4.0 Technology Centres at an event held in Oragadam, Chennai. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Mr N. Chandrasekaran, Chairman, TATA Sons, Mr Warren Harris, CEO & MD, Tata Technologies, Thiru. T. M. Anbarasan, Hon’ble Minister for Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises; Thiru. C. V. Ganesan, Hon’ble Minister for Labour Welfare and Skill Development; Thiru. T. R. Baalu, Member of Parliament, Sriperumbudur; Thiru K. Selvaperundhagai, Member of Legislative Assembly, Sriperumbudur, key members of Tata Technologies and local body representatives and dignitaries from various fields.

    Tata Technologies had signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Government of Tamil Nadu in June’22 to transform 71 government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) across Tamil Nadu into technology centres with modern infrastructure and training facilities to meet the industry 4.0 standards. Along with the technology transformation of the ITIs, Tata Technologies will also be providing industrial support for trainers’ training and ensuring maintenance of the new set-up. The collaboration with the Tamil Nadu government is an extension of Tata Technologies’ continued efforts to implement projects of high social impact and complement the nation-building efforts of the government. Post upgradation, these technology centres will not only cater to the advanced skill requirements of students but also act as technology & industrial hubs for the MSMEs.

    These modern Industry 4.0 technology centres will facilitate upskilling through long-term courses such as manufacturing process control & automation, industrial robotics, mechanic electric vehicle, virtual verification, advanced manufacturing, etc. The centres will offer short-term upskilling courses in areas of electric vehicle maintenance, robotics, automation, CAD/CAM, CNC machining, advanced plumbing, and additive manufacturing. The upgraded technology centres will help upskill and reskill the youth of Tamil Nadu to meet the emerging industrial requirements of the state, thereby attracting more investments, creating more job opportunities, and helping the Tamil Nadu government grow its economy.

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